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. it is necessarily to speak, it is necessary to give a man to speak with us vernlthsz i want to explain how we got here. mali is in the middle of a war that the world needs to watch. the it began when the united states and nato intervened in libya. when the weapons were stolen by islamic radicals. the tour egg used the weapons to fight and declare independence from mali. the country was split in half. the mali government with only about 37,000 troops couldn't stop them, and frustrated by that failure, some commanders staged a koup. mali fell into complete disarray and that's when islamic radicals seized the moment. person after person here has told us they've seen fighters from the middle east. the islamic radicals kept in and kraushd the tour egg. they have many more weapons. 340u7b9 mounted on the back of 4 x 4s. the radicals use those weapons to destroy historic shrines. they say the consequences of the world letting this convinces grow bigger and bigger are dire. >> translator: the actions of the terrorists have direct convinces for europe and the united states. >> i can tell you here people a
it for us. erin burnett "outfront" starts now. >>> "outfront" next, breaking ne news. >>> along the california coast? let's go "outfront." and 58 wounded. the new information is coming to light now, because lawyers for holmes are asking authorities to hand over a package that holmes had sent to his psychiatrist. this package was discovered in the university's medical campus mailroom on monday. and it included a letter that contained references to shooting people and drawings of a gunman and his victims. according to cbs news. we now know the package was addressed to dr. lynne fenton, the director of student mental health at the university of colorado. a resume posted on the university's website says fenton sees between 15 to 20 graduate students each week for medication and psychotherapy. she also serves as a psychiatrist, seeing between 5 and 10 patients according, again, to that resume. in a court filing, holmes public defender said, quote, the materials contained in that package include communications from mr. holmes to dr. fenton that mr. holmes asserts are privileged. mr. h
there was a traffic ticket from aurora. that's it for us, them and everyone. >> nobody ever brought him to your attention in any way -- >> we've had no contact with him on a criminal matter whatsoever as a police department. >> erin, yesterday, a spokesman for the university said, you know what, the chief wasn't being forthright with you. in fact, here's what they told us out of concern with violating the court order, the chief didn't answer the questions directly. so the question is, what did the school know? if they didn't answer that question directly, did that mean they did know he was seeing this psychiatrist, that there was any kind of warnings? all of that is going to come out as this court case moves forward. obviously, a big development today that this guy was seeking mental health at the school before the shooting. >> certainly raises a lot of questions about who knew what, when and liability. thanks so much to drew griffin who's been investigating this. >>> in maryland today, there were echoes of last week's colorado attack. police say neil edwin prescott is in custody after he alleg
that they would close some of the loopholes that benefit some of the wealthiest americans. and, mitt, could use this as a chance to show how generous you are. it is true that mitt romney gave $7 million to chair i in the two years that i held up. 2010 and 2011. that's 16.34% of his income. it is more than he paid in federal taxes. now, keep the screen up. it's not like he sat there and hoarded the money he didn't pay to uncle sam. he gave enough away to make his rate 31%. greater than the 30% that president barack obama says should be the minimum rate for wealthy americans. so if you look at it that way, mitt's taxes seem to add up just fine. key make the argument that's why he should seize the narrative. it isn't caving to democrats to release them. not only have many in his oem party called on him to do it, it also lets him take control of the conversation. what's wroen with being known as one of the most generous people in the country? great to see all of you. john, let me start with our strike team question. independent political analysts. we polled them and said is mitt romney hurting hims
, the chief of the federal reserve, got more negative on the state of the u.s. economy. >> given that growth is projected to be not much above the rate needed to absorb new entrance into the labor force, the reduction in the unemployment rate seems likely to be frustratingly slow. >> so what's the solution? well, in note after note from wall street economists and traders today, i read something along the lines of this. bernanke will launch another round of easy money to help the economy. it will bring interest rates even lower. it's just a matter of time, he'll do it, he'll do it, don't worry. that's the kind of talk the addicts use. yearning for more of his powerful drug, which is essentially just cheap, easy money. so many were hoping for another shot of the goods today, but while the fed chairman painted a darker picture of the economy, he also made it clear he is not ready -- not ready to hit us with another round of easy money, at least not yet. >> we are looking for ways to address the weakness in the economy, should more action be needed. >> now ben bernanke also said, quote, congress
is not ready -- not ready to hit us with another round of easy money, at least not yet. >> we are looking for ways to address the weakness in the economy, should more action be needed. >> now ben bernanke also said, quote, congress is in charge here. not the federal reserve. and that congress needs to reach an agreement to avoid the fiscal cliff. well, of course, we've joined that chorus until we've been blue in the face over the past year. but the problem, of course, is that congress does not seem to have any intention of dealing with the tax cuts, debt ceiling, sequestration cuts, the things that comprise the fiscal cliff. congress seems to be incapable of doing its job, something that chuck schumer admitted at the hearing today. >> so given that the political realities, mr. chairman, particularly in this election year, i'm afraid the fed is the only game in town. and i would urge you to take whatever actions you think would be most helpful in supporting a stronger economic recovery. >> i like watching ben bernanke's face. he looks down as if his heart has been bron. he could cave. he c
by on the riduculist. that does it for us. we'll see you again one hour from now. >>> a massive gamble for oil in the arctic, do all the costs of drilling add up? >>> new developments in the is for two girls who disappeared after leaving their grandmother's home. let's go outfront. >>> i'm erin burnett and out front tonight, it's time, mitt. time to put them on the table. we all know what it is. your taxes. here are the romney tax returns. this is 2010 and it's very thick as you can see. here is 2010, this is estimated as you can see, my pink stickies are yellowed from the sun because we've had them out labeled ready to go for a long time. waiting for the other years. aside from killing trees, there really isn't a need to hold back on releasing more. and i'm going to explain why in a moment. but first today mitt romney made the case for non-disclosure again on fox. >> john mccain ran for president and released two years of tax returns. john kerry ran for president, his wife who has hundreds of millions of dollars, she never released her tax returns. somehow this wasn't an issue. >> it is an is
word mark zuckerberg would not have used when he first described facebook. here's what he said to investors. earlier this year. quote, facebook was not originally founded to be a company. we've always cared primarily about our social mission. well, the company's mission now is to make money off of you and its 955 million users. it has to make money. that's just the reality of it. now you're a public company. how does it plan to do that? here's a couple things they're planning to do supposedly. there's a rumored want button. there's a like button on facebook now if you like something. the want button lets you tell your friends what you'd like them to buy for you. maybe it's a wedding or baby registry thing. it's supposed to link you to spending money. there's also a new service called facebook exchange which tracks what you do on the remember and shows you ads when you go back on facebook based on where you have been. according to bloomberg, facebook is also working on a cell phone to try to make money from people on their cell phones which has been a real issue for the company.
. >>> "outfront" next, a french politician telling the u.s. how to run its economy doesn't add up. >>> and iranians caught with 30 pounds of explosives, their target supposedly were americans. >>> and a judge has ruled this pilot insane. >> oh, my god! oh, my god. we've got israel, we've got iraq. >> does the ruling put jetblue on the hook for allowing him to fly that plane? let's go "outfront." >>> good evening, everyone. i'm erin burnett. "outfront" tonight, ooh-la-la. france's most powerful woman sticking her nose in america's business. it is sort of her job to do that. christine lagarde, head of the imf, had a doom and gloom message for washington today. >> economic recovery remains tepid, and downside risks have intensified. what we see is clearly a risk that confidence be eroded. >> and she didn't stop there. she took on president obama, too. in fact, she called his $3.8 trillion budget, which he says will reduce the deficit from 8.5% to 5.5% of our economy by next year as too rapid. among her suggestions, more infrastructure spending, housing initiatives and further extensi
with us. [ speaking in french ] hello, omar? omar? >> reporter: i want to explain how we got here. because mally is in the middle of a war that the world needs to watch. it began when the united states and nato intervened in libya when moammar gadhafi was killed, all of his weapons were essentially up for grabs, and they were stolen, stolen by some of the fierce tore regular tribe in mally and it's lambic radicals. the toreg used the weapons to fight and declare independence from mally, something they have wanted for decades. but the country was then split in half. the mallian government, with only 7,000 american-trained troops couldn't stop the toureg. and frustrated, some commanders staged a coup. mali, one of the most successful, fell into disarray. and that's when radicals seized the moment. person after person has told us of fighters seen in libya, algeria, afghanistan and other countries in the middle east. the islamic crushed the toureg, and the men they defeated told us the islamists have many more weapons, rpgs, ak-47s, mortars and high-caliber weapons mounted on the back of 4 x 4
blood murdered 12 people and injured 59 more. they were mothers. fathers. children. u.s. troops and students. enjoying the midnight showing of the latest batman movie "the dark knight rises." when this man, james eagan holmes, dressed in riot gear, burst into the packed theater through an emergency door. he set off two canisters, possibly filled with tear gas, and opened fire. holmes was a ph.d. candidate in the neuro science program at the university of colorado. but according to the university, the 24-year-old was in the process of withdrawing. prior to today, holmes only brush with the law was a speeding ticket from last year. he's expected to appear in court for the first time on monday. now to how events unfolded inside the theater. the chaos erupting about 30 minutes into the movie. at 12:39 local time according to "the denver post." >> shooting at century theaters. 300 east alameda avenue. they say somebody's shooting in the auditorium. there is at least one person that's been shot but they're saying there's hundreds of people just running around. >> within a minute, a mi
that means, but here to help us make sense of it is republican congresswoman nan hayworth of new york. good to see you, congresswoman. >> great to see you, john. thanks. >> you represent a hotly contested swing district. i want to read new poll numbers to you from cnn. when asked who would better handle health care, 51% of registered voters say obama, and 44% say romney. but more importantly, 65% of non-white voters would like to keep all the provisions in place. do these numbers concern you as a representative from a swing district? >> they don't, john, in the sense that i espouse the goals of the 2010 law. they're the right goals. every american should have good, affordable health care. and affordable health care insurance. that's not in question. but that law is a bad law. bluntly it imposes $2 trillion worth of bureaucracy that takes resources directly away from care. so there are smarter and better ways to achieve those goals. that's what i'm for. >> let's talk about that. you're a doctor. you have unique insight through your medical practice into the way medicine really works. >> righ
in cheek, everyone, don't get all bent out of shape, is it white? steven morris and gillian tett, u.s. managing editor of "the financial times." great to see you both. steven moore, it may be hard to take it from someone who is french, but, you know, she points out, we have a little bit more room, and when you look at that crucial ratio, maybe she's right. >> well, oui, oui, it is hard to take. she is saying she wants the united states to be more like france. we're at 70% of our debt to gdp, they're at 90%. she wants more spending more stimulus. there are a couple problems with that, one, it didn't work in the united states when we tried it a kippel he years ago. also, why would we want to move in the direction that france and italy and spain and greece have done. we should move away from that model. it's almost like the charlotte bobcats coach explaining to lebron james how to win a championship. >> gillian, i guess you're here to represent the socialist views of the continent. >> i certainly wouldn't defend what people at the french government have been doing the last year or two, b
? and why stop at the classics. there are plenty of other books that could use erotic enhancement. how about cook books? what about do it yourself home improvement books? financial books? all very informative but there's zero sex in there. i say let's just turn the whole barnes and noble into 50 shades of gray knock-offs from wall to wall and floor to ceiling. i bet sales would sky rocket. that's it for us. >>> and mitt romney standing his ground refuse to go release more taxes, calls reach a deafening pitch. today he gave another reason why he shouldn't have to. >>> and an exclusive investigation into the risks of off-shore drilling. we went outfront to the arctic. shell has a plan to prevent the disaster like the one that happened to bp and the deepwater horizon. does it add up? let's go "outfront." >>> "outfront" tonight, ben bernanke says no to the addicts. addicts that are desperate for another hit of the fed's drugs. today in hearings on capitol hill, america's top banker, the chief of the federal reserve, got more negative on the state of the u.s. economy. >> given that growth is proj
'm on twitter at wolf blitzer kate at kate ballot wbaldwin. kate bolduan. thanks for joining us. i'm wolf blitzer in "the situation room." erin burnetto "outfront" starts right now. >>>out front next, president obama versus romney in a war over who is more transparent. we'll tell you what both carveds are hiding. >>> russia sends a flotilla of warships towards syria but says it's no big deal. >>> and your cell phone as an informant. how police are using your smartphone to spy on you. let's go "outfront." >>> good evening, i'm tom foreman in for erin burnett. "outfront" tonight, the transparency tornado. president obama's team is ripping into mitt romney for what they call an appalling lack of transparency. they say he's hiding things about his past, his businesses, his finances, and they're hitting hard with a new web video on a tax frattacks from t vice president himself. >> he wants you to show your papers, but he won't show us his. >> democrats have been demanding more financial disclosure from romney for weeks, and suggesting that he's got secrets he's keeping from voters. listen. >>
in the know, it will always be bankersmith, texas, from top to bottom. that's it for us. >>> today, the senate hit the gas and headed towards the edge. >>> the u.s. and russia at odds over whether officials have the right to confront some americans in their own homes. >>> and new details are coming about the young man who police say shot and killed 12 people inside a com movie theater. plus, one of the victims who was shot three times has just been released from the hospital and he's "out front" tonight. >>> playing chicken with the fiscal cliff. today the senate appeared to take action on extending the bush era tax cuts. appeared being the key word. senate majority leader announced he would not philly buster. he allowed a straight up or down majority wins vote. the republican plan, extend the tax cuts for everyone, and president obama's plan extend it for 98% of americans. that's households making 250,000 a year. why would the senator do such a thing? >> the only way to force people to take a stand is to make sure that today's votes truly count. by setting these votes at a 50-vote threshold,
us about the suspect? what was he wearing, what did he look like? >> i'm going to talk to ed lavandera about that in a bit but i want to set the scene it just over my shoulder is the century 16 cinema where "the dark knight rises" was playing last night when the gunman burst in. this is the largest shooting, mass shooting, in u.s. history, that gunman, we're learning more information about him and exactly how it went down. as you asked, john, ed lavandera is here to tell us more. what are you hearing about his gun, about his past, about him being a student in neuro sciences? >> we're told by a law enforcement source a few hours ago that the guns were purchased legally here in the denver area. two of them were bought at a bass pro shop. and then there's a couple different towns, one here in aurora, mountain store, they were bought legally, all the paperwork squared away. that was one of the first things investigators tried to figure out, where these guns came from. >> there was a shotgun. an assault rifle. two handguns. were they glocks, automatic -- >> -- calibecaliber, the r
that the people that use facebook don't want to spend time trolling or scrolling through ads to get to what they really want to see. >> there are people out there who like to say this is going to be the biggest colossal failurer. they say young kids are not using facebook as much as they're used to and there's other companies that can provide the same thing. this might just be a colossal failure. other people say that's ridiculous. >> i disagree with that. listen, now they have 955 million users. i mean, that's staggering. pretty soon, 1 billion. it's remarkable. they haven't really cracked china. >> they don't expose how many people have multiple counts -- >> let's say half a billion people use facebook. that's an amazing audience. so i think, you know, you think about facebook going forward it's going to be like the telephone company. it becomes a utility. at some point when it becomes so ubiquitous or they try to monetize it so much with so many ads it becomes uncool. they have such a head start over anyone else at this point, i think facebook's here to stay. it's just the stock was too
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that strange to the congress. >> well, then give us some assurance. tell us that behind the scenes at least there's some constructive conversation going on about how to deal with this fiscal cliff before we go over it. >> well, i believe that the budget priorities committee, the committee on budget priorities and policies, they have said to us that this is not really a cliff in the common sense of the word, but more like a slope because i do believe that even after the elections, there is plenty enough time for us to come back here in a lame duck and do what is necessary to extend budgetary considerations for at least a year while we'll have time to really work on things we need to do. and that is to have the massive overhaul of our tax code. i think that we're in the trouble we're in today not so much because of people's priorities but because we have a problem with our tax code that needs to be fixed. i think that's what's important about that vote today. >> but, congressman, that approach of, we'll all get together and work together after the election, someday never seems to come. you we
follow us on twitter. just tweet me @wolf blitzer. that's it for us. thanks so much for joining us. i'm wolf blitzer in "the situation room." erin burnett "outfront" starts right now. >>> "outfront" next, i'm live in rwanda with an exclusive conversation with former president bill clinton. we talk mitt, barack, chelsea, hillary, al qaeda's newest threat and the president's passion. >> my belief is that you got to prove this stuff is good economics. you got to change the economic model so -- and you got to keep score. >> plus baby gorillas facing extincti extinction. and an olympic hero whose six brothers were slaughtered in the rwandan genocide. president bill clinton "outfront." let's go. >>> good evening, everyone, i'm erin burnett live tonight from rwanda where i spent the day with former president bill clinton. we talked about a lot of things. he spent some time visiting some projects. some farms and some factories where he had spent a lot of time over the past few years. with the likes, in fact, of nascar famous driver jeff gordon. also i saw the president at a soy factory he's b
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family. and the community. they've powered out to us. and right now they're focusing on her life and celebrating it and hopefully getting the other victims out there and celebrating their lives as well. >> and peter you stood there before the show and telling happy stories about jessica. you zbies were saying if she was here she would be touching every button and knocking everybody off the air she was your intern? >> i worked at the station here and when i moved here to denver i really enjoyed the city and she wanted to progress her career and she said should i move out there and do it and i said absolutely. that was the thing his sister was always about was taking a risk and pushing herself. she did that and moved her with no support system. >> followed her dream. >> followed her dream. >> that's how people who are successful in this business, they're tenacious and curious. i'm looking here, jordan you've been candid on your blog. you're big into social media and you said while still administering first aid, brent noticed that jessica was no longer screaming. he advised that he
who is french -- we're being tongue in cheek -- steven is well us and julian great to see you both. steven moore, it may be hard to take it from someone who is french, but she points out we have a little more room and when you look at that crucial ratio, maybe she's right. >> well, it is hard to take, and you know, what she is saying is she wants the united states to be more like france. we're at 70% of our debt to gdp, they're at 90%. she wants more spending, she wants more stimulus. there's a couple of problems with that. but i mean, why would we want to move in the direction that france and italy and spain and grease have done. we have move away from that model. it's almost like the bobcats' coach explaining to lebron james how to win a championship. >> i guess you're here to represent the socialist views of the continent. >> i certainly wouldn't defend what the french government has been doing, but at the same time is what she was saying is watch out america, because america is heading towards a so-called fiscal cliff that could be a nasty shock at the end of the year if the is
with flies in their eyes. the horrible pictures people are used to seeing. the last thing americans expect to hear is africa is sort of the farm fertility capital of the planet which it's become, right? >> yes. if you look at rwandrwanda, fir time i came here, four years after the genocide, the per capita income was less than one dollar a day. today, it's five times what it was. they've averaged 8% growth. and they have good roads. they have good farms. >> the president has created a lot of growth. the statistics you talked about. supposedly this will be his last term. do you think that this country will be weaker without a leader like he is, even if he is more author tarrian leader? >> depends on who succeeds him. depends on whether they forgot what brought them this far. there are countries with incomes 10, 20 ties rwanda's, where the streets aren't as clean. >> the streets are incredibly clean here. >> roads aren't as good and where they're just so focused on future, so focused on developing the skills and abilities both women and men. this is the first country in the world to have the
it, don't worry. that's the kind of talk the addicts use. yearning for more of his powerful drug, which is essentially just cheap, easy money. so many were hoping for another shot of the goods today, but while the fed chairman painted a darker picture of the economy, he also made it clear he is not ready -- not ready to hit us with another round of easy money, at least not yet. >> we are looking for ways to address the weakness in the economy, should more action be needed. >> now ben bernanke also said, quote, congress is in charge here. not the federal reserve. and that congress needs to reach an agreement to avoid the fiscal cliff. well, of course, we've joined that chorus until we've been blue in the face over the past year. but the problem, of course, is that congress does not seem to have any intention of dealing with the tax cuts, debt ceiling, sequestration cuts, the things that comprise the fiscal cliff. congress seems to be incapable of doing its job, something that chuck schumer admitted at the hearing today. >> so given that the political realities, mr. chairman, parti
out of danger. jeanne moos, cnn, new york. >>> that's it for us. thanks very much for watching. thank you. "erin burnett outfront" starts "erin burnett outfront" starts right now. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> "outfron>>> "outfront" republicans are rolling out ther thep thetheir att. thp they say they hathey repeal and then replace. but does it add up. >>> a texas grad student mauled at the jane goodall institute. what went wrong? >>> and one man trying to rewrite the constitution. let's go "outfront." >>> good evening. i'm john avlon in for erin burnett tonight. "outfront" tonight, republicans in a corner over health care. the supreme court battle may be over. but has the political and policy war just begun? the house of representatives has already scheduled a vote to repeal health care reform next week. and senate republicans have pledged to repeal it if they take back the senate this fall. the conservative base is firmly aligned against the health care law. mitt romney is campaigning on a pledge to repeal and replace. just look at the sign on his podium. over the weeken
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